PEPFAR Seminar

Programme: TB Infection Prevention and Control Seminar: 27 – 28 February 2014

“Towards a Uniform and Internationally Recognised TB Infection Prevention and Control Program for all Levels off The Healthcare System”


Participants comments

The following are some of the comments from the participants about the seminar:

The strength of the seminar

“Speakers/presenters were eloquent and relevant with information. Demonstration of safe sputum collection mechanical booth” Mosimanegape Mlotshwa, Right To Care

“Infection control of airborne illnesses in ways never imagined. Things we took for granted were highlighted” Obakeng Khaole, USAID- MSH

“The high technological and scientific based information that made me understand the science behind the IC equipment and resources we use in the facilities” Juhet Nyasulu, HST

“Evidence/science based interventions discussed. Comprehensive and in-depth focus on the topic” Mdu, CAPRISA

“The seminar was very informative and has emphasised how much focus can be given on TB alone as far as IC is concerned. I leant a lot” Martin Masango, Society for Family Health (SFH)

Have your expectations for the seminar been met?

“Yes. My suggestion is, it would be better if infection control is introduced to nursing colleges schools and Universities as a subject” Jane Mtshweni, Re-Action Consulting

“Partially met” Leornard Khoza, Re-Action Consulting

“My expectations has been far exceeded, all aspects of infection control were covered. Innovative ideas that I did not think existed were covered” Obakeng Khaole, USAID- MSH